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Has your enterprise tried everything from Total Quality Management to Process Reengineering and Six Sigma, only to remain chained by functional silos and command-and-control hierarchy? Are you ready to put frustration and bureaucracy in the rearview mirror? In The Future is Fluid Form, author Ord Elliott discusses eight steps to building a more effective organization that breaks through the bureaucracy.
The fluid form organizational method relies on having the right people in the right place at the right time. It unlocks productivity, freedom, and high performance by removing the anchors that keep your enterprise from maximizing its investment in people and technology. It: Creates robust cross-functional teams and reduces silos Flattens organizations Gets more accomplished by fewer people in less time Provides more flexibility in an enterprise From Procter and Gamble, General Electric, Allied Signal, Shell Oil, and Pacific Gas and Electric, to the high-tech world of Intel, Philips, Cisco Systems, and Silicon Valley start-ups, Ord has deployed most of the well-known methodologies. He has seen what works and what doesn't. Immersed with real-life examples from world-renowned companies, The Future is Fluid Form demonstrates a new way to organize your people, your business, and your future.